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Author Topic: Designing Dry Cell HHO GEN for 2.4L Previa  (Read 356 times)
Leyonrohr
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« on: April 19, 2017, 09:08:24 PM »

I am very interested in building my own dry cell hho generator for my 1994 Toyota Previa. It has a 2TZ-FE 2.4 Liter 4 Cylinder engine.  
I am guessing I want around 1 lpm of hho. I plan on building a dry cell with 13 plates (+nnnnn-nnnnn+).  So I am seeking advice on sheet metal size and thickness and whether or not the specifications mentioned will suffice.
Also, it seems that my van has a 70 amp alternator. Is that going to be enough to power the generator? If not, is there a generator design i could use that would work with my limited amperage?
I have also been pondering on where to place the gas intake into the the air system. This van has a MAF sensor. Should the HHO be injected before or after the sensor and air filter? Does it matter?
I am very eager to get started on this build, and I appreciate any advice that can be given.
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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2017, 01:42:17 AM »

Hi Leyonrohr,

Welcome to the Forum.
There is an amazing wealth of information that has been typed into this Forum by some dedicated and enthusiastic HHO supporters.
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